Crescent Custom Yacht’s has released photos of their new flagship yacht, 164ft (50m) DANZANTE BAY leaving the shed for the first time in British Columbia. Billed as the largest superyacht ever to be built in Canada, both her exterior yacht design and naval architecture was completed by fellow Canadian company, Gregory C. Marshall Naval Architect Ltd., while H2 Yacht Design has completed the yacht interiors.
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Commissioned in 2019 by an American yacht owner is also the owner of Danzante Bay resort in Mexico, the composite hull is from Christensen shipyard in Vancouver. A total of six cabins awaits, with room for up to 12 guests, and 10 yacht crew members in five crew cabins. She boasts three guest decks, a jacuzzi, ample outdoor seating and a large amount of storage space for yacht tenders and toys.
Founder of Crescent Custom Yachts, Tim Charles shared at the start of the project, “We are excited to add this exceptional vessel to our line of custom yachts. The composite hull was purchased from Christensen Shipyards. It is well-built and is a proven platform for the Crescent design.”
The 499gt yacht will be able to achieve a top speed of 16.5 knots and cruising speed of 12 knots.